How to save $600,000 in carpet remnants
A rug that was once a part of a family home may be worth more than it used to be after years of living in storage.
For decades, the carpet remnants at the back of a house have served as a source of furniture.
But the rug’s age means it can no longer be used, according to experts.
It’s a story of life in the storage closet, according Kevin Cramer, president of the Home Builders Association.
The rug was once part of the family’s home, but it’s now an important piece of furniture, he said.
When the rug was first placed in storage, the family took it to the local carpet manufacturer, who turned it into a rug.
Then they put it in a storage closet.
But when the rug got a new coat of paint, the manufacturer took it back to the manufacturer.
Then the rug ended up at a carpet shop.
So the rug is in the same situation it was before the paint job, he told CNNMoney.
The manufacturer, he explained, is looking to replace the rug with another rug.
But the rug that has been in storage for so long may no longer work.
There are several reasons for the rug to be in storage: It’s worn and needs to be replaced, or it’s in a condition that can’t be repaired, Cramer said.
But what makes it hard to sell?
It’s hard to see it at a good price, he added.
If you have a rug in the attic, it could be worth up to $600 to $700.
If you have carpeting in the house, it can be worth anywhere from $150 to $250, he reported.
Cramer said that if you want to sell a rug, you need to find a buyer who understands the value of the rug and is willing to pay.
But you can’t just get rid of it.
The carpet industry is also looking for a buyer, but there’s still a lot of work to be done to get there, he noted.